The Daughters of Charity in collaboration with other agencies, Crosscare, Northern Ireland Executive and the Society of St Vincent de Paul with de Paul Ireland, provide various services.
From their origin the Daughters of Charity have served the sick poor, seeing this as a continuation of Christ’s healing ministry.
Teaching was one of the first works undertaken by the Daughters of Charity who came to Drogheda in 1855, and North William Street, Dublin in 1857.
SERVICES FOR PERSONS
The Daughters of Charity provided services to persons with intellectual disability in Ireland since 1926.
CHILD AND FAMILY
The Daughters of Charity Child and Family Services aim to provide a professional service to families and individuals who are experiencing difficulties by providing counselling, therapy and support.
The Daughters of Charity Community Services [formerly St Vincent’s Trust] is a community educational organisation based in Dublin’s inner city. Based on a model of integrated service it supports people of all ages who have experienced educational disadvantage
From the time Fr Robert Maloney CM was Superior General there has been a growing consciousness internationally of the need for collaboration among the different groups animated by the spirit of St Vincent de Paul and St Louise de Marillac.
CARE FOR OLDER
Carnew Community Care is a voluntary, charitable and non-profit organisation. The service grew out of a desire by the local people to provide a service for older people living in the locality.
Many Daughters of Charity are engaged in Parish Ministry. An important aspect of this ministry is collaboration. She works with a team towards the fulfilment of the Diocesan Vision for the parish in which she is ministering.
Evangelisation comprises parish-based weeks of guided prayer, guided prayer in the National Shrine in Knock, Co Mayo, on-going one-to-one spiritual direction and retreats.